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that require this including san francisco and washington d.c.. but should more cities get on board even though it is the sacrifice of the bottom line? joining us is the director of financial regulation studies with the cato institute and the kolff vander and a co-founder. why is this a good idea? are people losing their jobs because they call in sick? >> it is good you don't want people sick to come to the office but industries with the highest number of businesses that don't offer paid sick leave our restaurants and retail outlets. so people are preparing our food, ringing up purchases that are sick. someone came to urban outfitters sick withthe flu worked all day at the cash register. adam: there are plenty of people here who do have six -- sick days. what is the data of people who lose their jobs because they call in? >> reno a huge percentage of people do not have paid sick leave. are they losing jobs? >> it is hard to disagree with someone who says you cannot penalize somebody for calling in sick. >> that has to be the discretion of the employer. if i go to a restaurant and the waitress c
there spinet quarantine would be difficult to enforce but look how this plays out in san francisco. they passed this 2007 and did a survey. two-thirds support this lot and it cost in negligible 1% of overall compensation cost this is nothing. pennies on the dollar with the huge public health benefit. adam: mark needs day last word. >> to points. we have health code violations if the health department goes in with six employees that is the code violation. if two-thirds of the employees' support this then why do we need the government to tell them to do it? i am not for the government to force the competitors to do not want to do it. adam: on that you can keep this going off there. thank you for being here. this issue will probably be taken up in other states. thank you. major cyber attacks against u.s. banks could begin this weekend and every american who banks on mine, watch this. project a blitzkrieg is on the way we have details next how to protect yourself it is about protecting your money. ♪ because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. u can even take a full-size or
and noticed the hospital emissions from victory related illnesses went up 25% after the ban. john: in san francisco more people got sick from food poisoning because people used reusable bags. >> these bags harbor disease that is possible people died because of a silly band. john: another unintended consequence, store owners say a increase in shoplifting of people coming in. it means well. but there are unintended consequences and these politicians are arrogant and we should have limited government. thank you, angela, working for the competitive enterprise institute, which understands that. up next, climate change. >> this is a huge, huge planetary crisis, we have to transform our energy system away from fossil fuel. it is not even a question. john: it is not even a question? then i am ready. but am i just falling for more green tyranny? when we my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i wou
can take this model to other cities. d.c., san francisco, boston, l.a. we will grow that way. melissa: a couple of people, maybe i don't necessarily want to go with the harvard guy or from one of the top 60. maybe they aren't the best pick. >> it's not elitist. at this point it is harvard, and why you. any school that you can think of quality wises on our side. melissa: think you for coming on. coming up on "money," should the cost of your airline ticket be determined by your weight? a new proposal would bring a tax to the friendly skies. details coming up. you can never have too much "money." ♪ we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with
there. >>> also making money, fast track, they are the to operators for san francisco's golden gate bridge. for the first time since it opened in 1937 the bridge has no human toll operators. it began all digital to system today. fast track will save $60 million over eight years from the move. even when they say it's not, it is always about money. melissa: so despite the turmoil in europe the bulls shook off most of the day's early losses. u.s. markets seemed like they can withstand just about anything right now. a new report by the commerce department may help explain why. with most of the global economy on shaky ground, foreign investment cash is pouring into the u.s. sounds like good news for us but i don't know, come could back to bite us with foreign investors decide to yank out their cash. let's bring in the "money" power panel with more. jonas max ferris, cofounder of maxfunds.com. james freeman, assistaat editor of "the wall street journal" editorial page. leif is director of american wealth management. thanks for joining us. jonas, what do you think? foreign investment is po
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